News Items


Vale Wladyslaw Bartoszewski (1922 – 2015)

Dear Friends, Just in case you have missed it, this is a link for the Vale interview with Adam Warzel (last week) and the copy of the interview with Prof Bartoszewski made during his visit to Australia – in the 1990s – as the Guest of the Australian Institute of Polish Affairs.

A new book by Dr Malgorzata Klatt, a member of AIPA executive Committee: "The Poles and Australia"

The Poles & Australia By Malgorzata Klatt Polish contact with Australia may be traced back to 1696 ... but it was in the 20th century that Australia and Poland became truly connected as waves of Polish migrants settled and political exchanges steadily developed. Important turns in Polish politics have helped shape a relationship that is […]

Martin Scorsese presents: Masterpieces of Polish Cinema. 5 October - 26 October

Curated by Martin Scorsese, this season includes works by such luminaries as Andrzej Wajda and Krzysztof Kieślowski. Spanning three decades between 1957 and 1987, these powerful films capture and critique Poland’s social and political upheaval over that time. Screening exclusively at ACMI, the prints of all films have been digitally re-mastered and newly subtitled with […]

Sad News

Dear Friends, With great sadness we note the passing away of Alexandra Zubrzycki, wife of one of AIPA founders, professor Jerzy Zubrzycki, mother of Joanna, John, Anna and Tom, a truly heroic Pole - a witness and participant of the most dramatic events in the history of Polish people - and a life-long friend and […]

Order of Merit for Mrs Barbara Zagala. Congratulations!

Dear AIPA Friends, I am very proud to share the news that Mrs Barbara Zagala, past Secretary and a long time member of our Institute, has been awarded Knight's Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland (Krzyz Kawalerski Orderu Zaslugi RP). The Award Ceremony will take place on 23 July, 2014 […]
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